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Deborah Dunn photoDeborah Dunn
Dean of the Graduate School
Interim Dean of the School of Business
Nidhal Bouazizi photo Nidhal Bouazizi | Bio
Assistant Professor, International Business.
Economics & Int’l Business
B.S., University of Freiburg, Freiburg, Germany
M.S., Commerciales De Tunis, Tunisia; M.B.A., Madonna University
Dr. John Critchett photoJohn Critchett | Bio
Chair, Accounting and Business Law
B.A., Duke University
M.B.A., University of Michigan
Ph.D., University of Kentucky
Certified Public Accountant
Kathryn Schaefer
Associate Professor


Joyce Cook photoJoyce Cook
Coordinator and Data Management Specialist
Brenda Nelson photoBrenda Nelson
Lindsay Rucinski photo Lindsay Rucinski
Director of Curriculum, Program Assessment and Accreditation

Dr. John Critchett

Dr. John Critchett currently serves as Professor and Chair of Undergraduate Programs in the School of Business. He has been at Madonna full-time since 1994. He has been to mainland China seven times since 1998 to teach graduate courses for Madonna University. His teaching areas are accounting and finance. He has a co-authored paper in the area of cost management, and has made presentations in the area of accounting and finance to academic and professional groups. He currently serves as President of a local chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR), and his hobbies include tennis and antiques.

Nidhal Bouazizi

Nidhal Bouazizi is an Assistant Professor of International Business and Economics. He joined the faculty team of Madonna University in 2013 and has been a full time faculty member at the School of Business in the Management and Marketing Department since 2015. He completed his master’s degree from the University of Tunis, Tunisia, in economics and international business in 2004. Later, he completed his MBA at Madonna University with a concentration in International Business Financial Operations. He has business and corporate experience in various countries and regions including Europe, North Africa, East Asia, and the USA. His interests include critical success factors (CSF) for local businesses, cultural differences in perceptions of entrepreneurs, international business, and economics. He has done research focusing on critical success factors for small businesses in the metro Detroit area and also the cultural differences in perceptions of entrepreneurs across four different regions. This research has included both primary and secondary research methods. Even though he enjoys teaching marketing and management, his favorite classes to teach are international business and economics.